Marc Baizman

Marc Baizman is an Admin Evangelist. Marc joined Salesforce.org in 2014 helping nonprofits be successful with Salesforce, and joined the Evangelist team in late 2017 to share the goodness with even more System Administrators all around the world. He is based in Boston, MA with his wife and 2 cats, and he tries to escape winter every chance he gets.

Five Things Salesforce Admins Can Do With Relative Dates

Welcome to “Five Things for Salesforce Admins”— a blog series where we dive into various Salesforce features and talk about five ways you may not have thought about using them before!  Relative Dates are one of those Salesforce features that completely changed the way I thought about List Views and Reports and Dashboards that I […]

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Get #Buildspiration with Summer ’19 In-App Guidance

Get your #buildspiration from the Summer ’19 release! We are sharing five of our favorite release features for Admins (and Developers) as part of the The MOAR You Know learning journey. Get the release highlights as curated and published by our evangelists. Complete the trailmix by July 31, 2019, to get a special community badge, […]

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Use Einstein Next Best Action with Flow

As an #AwesomeAdmin, you know the many benefits of automating business processes with flows. But, what if you could encourage/help automate actions that your users might want to do in context? With Einstein Next Best Action, we can champion user productivity by guiding our users on the most optimal course of action based on business […]

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Define Your Business Process and Select an Automation Tool

We hope you’re enjoying the Be An Innovator with Flow adventure. As you know, we are going step-by-step to build an automated business process from start to finish with Flow Builder in our 6-part video series. For video 2, we’re looking at defining the business process so we’re set up to build successfully. Let’s dive a […]

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How to ‘Marie Kondo’ Your Salesforce Org

You’ve likely seen or at least heard about Marie Kondo’s approach to cleaning out the clutter in your home and life. On her Netflix show “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” she spends her time going through people’s homes, identifying the items that “spark joy,” and finding appropriate ways to get rid of the rest. So, […]

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Bring the Salesforce Spring 19 Release to Your Users

New releases are always exciting! They bring new features, functionality, and enhancements to your org that make your users more productive. They also help you continue to innovate as an Admin on the platform. On January 25th Gillian Bruce, Shannon Hale, Merwan Hade, Karson Miller, and Marc Baizman prepared you to bring awesome new features […]

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Admin Release Countdown: Get Ready for Spring ’19!

It’s time to mark your calendars for the next Salesforce Release, Spring ’19! Below are the most important dates you’ll want to save, but you’ll of course want to stay tuned for updates, favorite feature posts, and other helpful resources, too. Dec 13: Get early access to the release by signing up for a Pre-Release org […]

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5 Lessons Learned from Building a Dreamforce Demo

This year I was lucky enough to be part of the Dreamforce ’18 Admin Keynote Team, and I was assigned the job of building the demos for the keynote. This was a huge project, and I learned some lessons along the way that I wanted to share with all of you. You can apply these […]

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Building Connections in the Trailblazer Community

This post is part two of a two part series. For part one, which unpacks more about building connections on Chatter within your own org, jump over here.  Being part of the Salesforce Ohana means that you are connected; you are family. But to get connected, and stay connected, where do you start? And why […]

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